The move for Voss strengthens Tigers second row stock

## ## Leicester Tigers boost second row ranks with signing of James Voss from Jersey

James Voss, pictured during his spell at Gloucester, has joined Tigers. Picture David Rogers/Getty ImagesSign up to FREE email alerts from LeicestershireLive DailySubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeLeicester Tigers have added former England Students forward James Voss to their squad.The 6ft 5in lock forward, who can also play in the back row, joins Tigers with immediate effect from Championship side Jersey Reds.The move for Voss strengthens Tigers second row stock following the release last week of Dom Barrow, who has joined La Rochelle before moving on to Northampton Saints for next season.”James is an ambitious young player who wants to challenge himself,” said Tigers head coach Matt O “He has gained experience in the Championship with a competitive Jersey side and we looking forward to working with him here.”Voss, who is 23, made his debut for Jersey as a 17 year old. He has featured for Hartpury and Gloucester, as well as England Students.But the home side took charge and by the interval had opened a 19 3 advantage.They added to that in the second half and a Henri Lavin score from a line out drive late in the game was Tigers only consolation.Tigers wing Nick Malouf faces a disciplinary hearing on Tuesday evening in Coventry after being cited by independent citing commissioner Paul Hull for an alleged dangerous tackle on Wasps’ Christian Wade in Sunday 16 15 win at Welford Road.The incident was reviewed at the time by the referee and TMO, who decided a yellow card was sufficient punishment for the tackle.allMost ReadMost RecentLeicester City FCNew Leicester City training ground drone footage shows 100m complex taking shapeWork has continued at the 185 acre site in Seagrave during the pandemic, with the Leicester City squad scheduled to move into the new facility ahead of next seasonLeicester City star linked with surprise 50m move to BarcelonaLeicester City FCLeicester City transfer news: Defender has also been linked with Real Madrid, Chelsea and Bayern Munich while Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have been mentioned previouslyLeicester City’s potential Champions League campaign given start dateLeicester City FCUefa president Aleksander Ceferin has been discussing next season’s Champions League campaign, which Brendan Rodgers’ third placed side are on course to qualify for

Adidas made three sets of uniforms for St

## ## Making a buck from the shirt off LeBron’s back

An authentic replica, indeed. The two jerseys, with a collective retail value of $845, exceeded the OHSAA’s limit of $100 for a single gift.So it is not without irony that replicas of James’ high school jersey were being sold in the wake of his suspension. Since he emerged as the top high school basketball player in the country, James has been on the cover of major magazines, been the subject of intense media scrutiny and had his high school games broadcast nationally and on a pay per view. His popularity created such a demand for game tickets that his team plays its home games at nearby Rhodes Arena, the University of Akron’s home floor. Fu bought his James jersey 1 hours after the item was posted on the Internet auction site for $350.It appears that neither James, his high school nor the apparel maker is making a dime on the sale of the jerseys. “I don’t understand how everyone around him, including myself, is able to profit from his success but he is unable to,” said Greg Nichols, a Maryland man who says he has sold about two replica James jerseys a day the past few weeks at an average price of $200 apiece.Although James’ NBA jerseys have yet to hit the online auction site, Nichols, who says he buys the jerseys in bulk, is currently auctioning off a USA Olympic jersey with James’ name and number. Adidas made three sets of uniforms for St. Vincent St. Mary’s basketball team, but a spokesperson for the shoe and apparel company said it has no plans to bring the team’s official jerseys to the market.”We don’t have the rights to sell St. Vincent St. Mary’s replica jerseys,” adidas’ Travis Gonzolez said. “They are a partner of ours, but we have never discussed selling them at retail, and we don’t plan on discussing it.”James’ attorney is expected to file a temporary injunction to allow the projected No. 1 overall pick of the 2003 NBA draft to play again before an appeal can be heard on Feb. 13. James reportedly returned the two throwback jerseys to the store that gave them to him.

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